The Magic of Nature is one of those resources that you didn’t think you needed until it was in front of you. Gorgeously thorough, the author gives you a densely packed collection of meditations, spells, and practical works from hunting and blessing a weapon, to gardening, to stargazing. If you are a person who spends a lot of time in the great outdoors? The Magic of Nature will have something for you. – Mortellus, Author of Do I Have To Wear Black? Rituals, Customs & Funerary Etiquette for Modern Pagans
I love sharing information, but a writer never knows how their work will be received. Writing nonfiction, for me, is all about connection and I’m constantly working to better my ability to be clear and inclusive. Those “universal themes” may seem mythical at times, but I believe in the Loch Ness Monster so I’m constantly chasing after them.
We’re just 2 months away from release day, but thankfully my intentions came across to the first reviewer for, “The Magic of Nature.” Mortellus is an accomplished writer for Llewellyn and I highly respect her opinion of my book.
She also had some helpful tips on improving my writing. I want every reader to know that I never mean to make anyone feel left out. Each meditation and spell I’ve written is always meant to heal/help instead of harm. If that doesn’t translate properly it’s because I’m growing as an author and still have a lot to learn. But I am always open to growing my skills.